|M1409 Captured Borbs and Intercepted Transmissions from Possible Futures [tmth009] - Restive|
We were fortunate enough to stumble across the music of Restive in the Open Source Audio section of the archive, and immediately became fascinated with the sounds and approach used by the artist. After some contact on Myspace, we were pleased to find the music of Restive amenable to being rereleased on Timetheory, and of his many sonic space journals, #14 was selected to be presented here. Little can be said about the music on "Captured Borbs..." that is not made amply clear by the evocative tit...
Keywords: ambient; glitch; soundscape; restive
|Theory [tmth005] - Simple Painter|
The second Timetheory series of recordings, "Theory", begins with this release by the humble and anonymous Simple Painter, who besides being a representative of the Simple Painting Company, is a firm believer in the notion that things should never be too complicated. With sounds rescued and recycled from the hard drives of others, and through use of simple painting techniques, Simple Painter has created these 5 tracks, each one named after an intriguing but nonexistent theory...
Keywords: ambient; theoretical; glitch; drone
|Pigment [tmth015] - Masaya Sasaki|
Masaya Sasaki is known from the release "Picnic Plan" on the fine netlabel -N, and when we discovered his music on Myspace, we were instantly transfixed. We've always found the Japanese take on electronic music fascinating, so it was suggested that Masaya Sasaki consider doing a release for Timetheory. There was an initial language barrier, but eventually the message went through; "Send whatever you think sounds best", and "Pigment" was what came back to us...
Keywords: ambient; glitch; drone